Autumn and Sarah talk all the things...all the times - well once a month!
The show will engage in empathetic dialogue about the issues that affect our community, our kids and the place we call home from our unique perspective.
We will engage local artists, teachers, LGBTQ+ community members, colleagues from local organizations that believe in the strength of bringing people together, and local business owners.
The show will have a special Survey Says section at the end of every episode that will encourage people to engage with us on social media and to tune in for the next episode.
Autumn Smith is a theatre director, educator and community arts advocate. She is the current Artistic and Executive Director of Littlewoodsmith and TimberBeast Productions, a theatre company and training centre that brings quality theatre performance and education to the residents of Muskoka. She is a member of the IDEA Champions Committee and is actively involved with GAP's Youth Action Centre. Autumn recently served as a jury member for the 2021 Muskoka Queer Film Festival. She also has created new programming for the TLDSB through the Ontario Arts Council that focusses on The 7 Grandfather Teachings. Upcoming: Autumn will be directing a benefit reading of Angels in America for Muskoka Pride 2021.
She is ecstatic at the opportunity to work with her better half on this venture.
Sarah Hiscox is a proud mom, MVP local softball legend and government worker. She has recently found fame with her winning answers in fast money on Family Feud Canada. She is the chair of the Parents Committee of Muskoka Falls Public School and is a highly punny person.
She too is thrilled about the opportunity to work with her better half.